Macquarie University is rated 5 stars by QS and awarded the maximum 5 stars in all eight major categories. The university is home to 38,000 students from 114 countries.
Macquarie's parkland campus is in Sydney's technology precinct, connected to the city via a new University train station. Facilities include a large fitness and aquatic centre and multicultural eateries.
Macquarie recently established the Australian School of Advanced Medicine, moved into high tech engineering, highlighted areas of research excellence (COREs) and has doctoral research partnerships with 51 universities. Macquarie University is ranked fourth in Australia for research of the highest possible quality. In addition, the most recent Australian Government Excellence in Research for Australia evaluation awarded Macquarie the maximum five-star rating for three scientific disciplines, with 85% of research activity rated as performing at world standard or higher.
Macquarie offers global opportunities, exchange programs with 120 universities, transnational (offshore) and distance programs. Visit Macquarie's website for further information.